Devil Wears Prada comes to House of Blues


Zac Fisher

The Devil Wears Prada latest album ‘8:18’ has been labeled the group’s darkest yet most visceral album.

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Rock band The Devil Wears Prada makes their way to Orlando as they look to close out ‘The 8:18 Tour.’

The Devil Wears Prada is an all Christian band out of Dayton, Ohio — whose name derives from the 2003 novel written by Lauren Weisberger.

The groups latest album, “8:18,” released in September and topped the Christian charts, while reaching No. 2 on the hard rock charts behind Avenged Sevenfold’s “Hail to the King.”

To date, the group has released five full-length albums, and are currently signed to Roadrunner Records.

“I think with Roadrunner in the picture, it’s only more encouraging as far as compiling a record that we can be proud of and a record that exists well as DEAD THRONE’s successor,” said frontman Mike Hranica.

The Devil Wears Prada and “The 818 Tour” make it’s way to the House of Blues on Dec. 11. Doors open up at 6 p.m. with the show starting at 7 p.m.

Tickets are available for $27 via Live Nation’s website.

For more information on the group you can visit their official website or follow them on Twitter.

Support on the trek is coming from The Ghost Inside, Volumes and Texas in July.